Sometimes the medical world is just too weird. This was demonstrated when scientists discovered how to use a specific “paper clip” to cure high blood pressure.
It works for people who have been unsuccessful with blood pressure medications, and the results are permanent. Plus it’s very easy to implement.
Implanted in the upper thigh, this new “paper clip” device developed by ROX Medical, clips together an artery and a vein.
The implantation is quick and easy and only requires 40 minutes under local anesthetic. It’s also 100% reversible if any complications arise, and the blood pressure-lowering effects are immediate.
Plus, it seems to be a permanent solution, so you don’t have to take a daily dose of medication.
Researchers from Queen Mary University put this device to the test in a new study. The results were a drastic drop in blood pressure. This is especially helpful for those who have been resistant to blood pressure medications or suffer side effects that make medications unsuitable.
But, there is a catch!
Almost 1/3 of those receiving the “paper clip” developed leg swelling, which called for another procedure. This shows again that all treatments via surgery or drugs come with side effects or the risk of a complication. There is no way around it.
For this reason, if you really want to cure your blood pressure without side effects, you must implement lifestyle changes instead of relying on drugs and surgery.
The simplest method I know to lower blood pressure naturally is the use of 3 easy exercises. Thousands of readers have used these exercises successfully to bring their blood pressure below 120/80, sometimes, from the very first day.